Get in summer shape fast with an Aqua Fitness pass

Get in summer shape fast with an Aqua Fitness pass

Take a break from the gym and dive into the City of College Station’s Aqua Fitness classes to build cardio, strength, and resistance in a cool and relaxing atmosphere. It’s easy on the joints while providing a tremendous workout, regardless of your fitness level. The Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of aqua fitness classes for ages 15 and up at Cindy Hallaran Pool beginning Tuesday and running through Aug. 16. Continue reading Get in summer shape fast with an Aqua Fitness pass

Be a WILD educator and teach kids the joys of nature

Be a WILD educator and teach kids the joys of nature

Texas Parks and Wildlife has created a program called Project WILD and Growing Up Wild that encourages youngsters to explore nature through critical thinking about topics such as wildlife, diversity, and habitats. The Parks and Recreation Department invites early childhood educators to learn how to share the fascinating world of wildlife and ecosystems through the WILD program’s instructor certification course from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 11 at the Lick Creek Nature Center. Continue reading Be a WILD educator and teach kids the joys of nature

Saturday’s Open House your key to all things summer

Saturday’s Open House your key to all things summer

Join us for the Parks Summer Open House on Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon at the Southwood Community Center. Our enthusiastic and experienced staff and instructors will be on site to provide more information and to answer your questions on youth summer camps, senior programs, special events, employment opportunities, aquatic programs athletic leagues and library activities. Continue reading Saturday’s Open House your key to all things summer

Sunday’s Monarch March marks spring migration

Sunday’s Monarch March marks spring migration

To commemorate the annual spring monarch migration, the College Station Parks & Recreation Department will host Monarch March on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at Lick Creek Nature Center. Admission is free. The day will be full of interactive and educational activities with the help of community organizations such as Brazos County Master Gardeners, Brazos Valley Master Naturalists, Texas A&M Entomology Department, A&M Garden Club, and Butterflies in the Brazos. Continue reading Sunday’s Monarch March marks spring migration